• Why You Should Work at Holland Hospital

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    A record number of Americans are leaving the workforce, with many stepping back, reflecting on their priorities and reconsidering what they’d like to do with their lives in light of the pandemic. But while the Great Resignation may be real, there are places where you can do more ...

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  • Holland Hospital Wound / Ostomy Clinic Helps Heal Chronic Wound

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    For this avid ultra-marathon bicyclist, Mike’s 16-year-old non-healing wound was a cause of great frustration. His chronic wound was impacting his training as well as his outlook. But thanks to the treatment he received from the certified wound and ostomy nurse at Holland Hospita...

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  • Weathering Winter Safely

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    When the temperature starts to fall, being prepared for hazards can help you stay safe and avoid injury. Take note of these helpful reminders and tips for a safer winter. Prepare Your Home Winterize your home and check your heating systems. Visit the CDC website for specific reco...

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  • How to Handle Holiday Emotions

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    The holiday season is complicated. While fun and festive for many, this time of year isn’t a carefree and happy time for everyone. For some, the holidays can trigger stress, anxiety and depression. In fact, a National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) study found 64% of people wi...

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  • Should You Use a Neti Pot for Nasal Congestion?

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    ’Tis the season for runny and stuffy noses. Instead of just reaching for a cold medicine, what can you do to relieve clogged nasal passages? Nasal irrigation devices (often simply referred to as neti pots) can help you or your child breathe easier, but proper use is important. “S...

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  • When Time isn’t Enough: Caring for Chronic Wounds

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    When we have a cut, most of us assume that it will simply heal with proper care. Yet healing is actually a complex process. Sometimes it takes more than just time to heal a wound. Wounds that linger for weeks or months and won’t properly heal without medical intervention are call...

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  • John's Story: Back in the Blueberry Fields

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    Home Health Services has been bringing care to John in the comfort of his home since 2005. Most recently, the team helped John get back on his feet after heart surgery in 2020. He is fully recovered and back to tending to his blueberries. Listen to John's Story! For morning infor...

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  • Partial Hospitalization Program

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    The demand for mental health treatment continues to rise, both nationally and here at home in West Michigan. To help address this community need, Holland Hospital Behavioral Health Services offers access to its Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP). Listen to Beth Wilmot, PHP Sup...

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  • Diabetes Education Makes a Powerful Difference

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    According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA) , more than 10% of the population has diabetes , and each year, 1.5 million Americans are diagnosed with this chronic disease. While the statistics are alarming, there’s a lot someone with diabetes can do to live a healthier, l...

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  • What Women Should Know About Stroke

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    You might know the signs of stroke , but did you know this debilitating, potentially life-threatening event has a gender bias? According to the American Stroke Association, stroke claims the lives of more women than men. A woman’s elevated stroke risk may be related to a variety ...

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